Gluten-Free Wednesdays 2/29/12

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Happy Leap Day!  Thanks for hopping over here to participate in this carnival of gluten-free eating ideas.

If you get this post by email, remember to click over to the site later in the day or sometime tomorrow to see what great ideas have been gathered here.

Giveaway: This week Living Without magazine is offering a free subscription to one winner.   It’s a great magazine that you’re sure to benefit from.

What is Gluten? If you didn’t see last week’s post about gluten, you might enjoy the plant taxonomy chart I made for it.

Monthly Theme:  This is the last week for soups & stews theme.  Starting next week, March’s theme will be muffins.

Last Week’s Highlights:

Chicken Cabbage Soup – The Tasty Alternative
Carrot Ginger Soup – Nourished & Cherished
Turkey Taco Soup – Dandelions on the Wall
Hearty Chicken Soup – Cooking Gluten (& Dairy) Free
Celery Root Fish Soup – Low Amine Recipes

My Submission:  This week I have a quick and easy meal for a busy week night.

California Pilaf

The Carnival: Please read!

    • Keep the links to gluten-free eating ideas (recipes, reviews, menus)
    • If you’re new, please read the guidelines.
    • Leave a link back (I will not highlight any recipes that do not link back.)
    • Thanks for participating!

1. Cacao Date Energy Bars

2. Sacred Foods for Pregnancy and Birth

3. Vietnamese Salad Roll w/ Dipping Sauce

4. Quick & Easy Homemade Mayonnaise

5. Pumpkin Choc Chip Cookies (Shirley @ gfe)

6. Lentil Soup

7. Garlic Soup

8. GF/DF Red Velvet Cupcakes

9. GF, DF Mixed Berry Crumble



12. SARDINES: Loving & Using This Super Food

13. Honey, Peanut Butter & Choc Crispy Rice Treat

14. Meal Plans Vs. Reality in My GAPS Kitchen

15. Pork Chops in Apple Glaze for GAPS

16. Delicious Berry Cups

17. Toast – Living in a Mixed GF/Gluten Home

18. Healthy Pantry Makeover

19. Chicken Sausage Quinoa Risotto (GF/DF)

20. Mushroom Sauce (GF/DF/SF options)

21. GF Crustless Quiche

22. Creamy Moroccan carrot potato Soup

23. Gluten Free BBQ Chicken Nachos!

24. Korean Bibimbap Salad

25. Garlic Kale Potato Soup

26. Coconut Curry Chicken Soup – Dairy/Top 8 Free

27. Jedi Bison Babies

28. Asian Chicken Noodle Soup – Top 8 Free

29. Carrot Soup: : Cooking from Nourishing Traditio

30. Ultimate Grain Free Brownies @ Cooking Gluten

31. Black Bean and Sweet Potato Tacos with Chipot

32. Weeknight Shepherds Pie

33. ADHD & a GF diet, Lasagna too!

34. Cauliflower Pizza Crust

35. Coffee-Maple Vegan Mousse (or whipped cream)

36. Super Easy, Super Tasty Marinara Sauce

37. Homemade Chicken Nuggets

38. Cooking in Kenzo – Coffee Rubbed Steak

39. Potato Lasagna (gluten free)

40. Spaghetti Squash Gratin

41. Garnet Yam Crisp (Andreas Kitchen)

42. Dairy-free Mashed Potatoes @ The Rice of Life

43. Beetroot Salad GF SCD

44. Mango Milkshake (Vegan)

45. 5 Minute Chocolate Pudding (Vegan)

46. Grain & Egg Free Chocolate Chip Cookie Bites

47. Potato Croquettes – the best

48. Sweet Parsnips and Carrots

49. Mango Nut Muffins

50. Tarragon Chicken Salad GF

51. Tropical Fruit Salad+Honey Poppyseed Dressing

52. Coconut Cashew Sheera: Quick Indian Dessert

53. GF Blueberry Buckwheat Pancakes For Two

54. Gluten-Free + Dairy-Free Chocolate Donuts

55. Gluten-free + Vegan Lentil “Meat” Loaf (GF, V

56. Green Chile Chicken Frittata

57. GF Beef Non-Stew

58. Spicy Lemon Hemp Hummus -Valerie CityLifeEats

59. Who Gassed My Almonds?

60. Egg Puffs with Ginger Sauce

61. Moms Fruit Cocktail Cake

62. Peanut Butter Cookies! (gf & vegan)

63. Easy Broccoli Soup (gluten free, low sodium)

64. Tiramisu cookie pies. GF and Vgn

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  1. says

    I shared a recipe for a Cacao Date Energy Bar and an article about the special foods needed for a healthy baby.

  2. says

    thanks for hosting again!! I shared Vietnamese Salad rolls and an easy homemade mayo! If you get a chance, we’d love to have you submit a recipe on our blog hop too: Allergy free Wednesdays! Thanks Linda (we’re enjoying the saffron road coupons too, fyi, thanks again!)

  3. says

    As planned, Linda, I’m linking up my grain-free/paleo-friendly Pumpkin Honey Pecan Chocolate Chip Cookies that I made yesterday.

    Thanks so much for hosting.

  4. says

    Hi Linda —
    Here is my latest chocolate treat, slightly modified from an earlier version: Honey, Peanut Butter & Chocolate Crispy Rice Bars. They’re GFCF and refined sugar-free, so there’s no butter and none of the normal sugar.

  5. says

    I have shared a post about how to do a healthy pantry and kitchen makeover. I’ve created an eBook that will guide you through a complete kitchen and
    pantry makeover, which can be downloaded for FREE on my website. It’s kinda like taking a personal tour of my kitchen and pantry! It is really good for newbies,
    but you may find tips there as well.


  6. says

    Thanks for hosting. I’m sharing a recipe for a versatile mushroom sauce that can be grain-free and dairy-free, or not depending on people’s dietary needs.

  7. says

    Thanks for hosting this link up each week! This week’s submission is a little different than my typical submission, because I delve into the reason why we eat gluten-free at my house. There’s an eggplant parmesan recipe, too.

  8. says

    Happy Wednesday,

    This week I am sharing two recipes: (1) a very sweet, decadent, vegan, cane-sugar free treat that will seriously knock your socks off! Coffee flavored, maple sweetened coconut whipped cream (or mousse). Everyone that has tried this claims it tastes like a mousse or pudding, but it can also be used as a whipped cream or icing for cake/cupcakes, and (2) a super easy, basic marinara sauce (creating no kitchen waste).

    Have a great week.

    Be Well,

    Coffee Mousse:

  9. says

    Happy Wednesday Linda! I am sharing my recipe for Garnet Yam Crisp with Dried Cherries and Coconut. This is a super healthy recipe both because of the yams and also because it has minimal added sugar. The whole recipe only has a total of 4 tablespoons of grade B maple syrup and 2 tablespoons of brown sugar. We love eating it for breakfast!
    Thanks for hosting!

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